26 new COVID-19 cases and 122 additional recoveries in Thailand
Thailand recorded 26 new COVID-19 cases and 122 additional recoveries today (Thursday), according to the CCSA.
Of the 26 new cases, 21 are locally-acquired infections, including 8 cases found during proactive screening and 13 among those under observation and treatment.
Arrivals from abroad and in state quarantine included 5 new cases, from Myanmar, Sweden, Lebanon, Qatar and Norway.
Cumulative infections, since early last year, are 28,889, including 25,787 locally-acquired infections and 3,102 imported cases. 27,548 people have recovered and 1,247 are still being treated in hospitals. The death toll remains at 94.
Cumulative infections since December 15th, which marks the start of the second wave, are 24,652, including 1,328 imported cases.
Globally, the United States has the most cases, with 31,166,344 cases, followed by Brazil with 12,753,258, India’s 12,220,669, France’s 4,644,423 and Russia’s 4,545,095 cases.